The pleasure of a traditional Japanese bath is expressed with this Ofuro Bathroom design inspiration. This Zen-like, pared-down look from the East will never go out of style.
With its glowing orange banner tubes, the always popular, Ceramic Tiles of Italy exhibit, designed by Bernard Tschumi Architects, could be seen from entrance of the grand concourse. Located in the center of the Italian pavilion, the piazza-like space was an area where guests could enjoy traditional Italian lunches and authentic afternoon snacks.
The testani design troupe and CMD Architects won for the state-of-the-art Evensong Spa. Honorable Mentions in this category went to HGA (Hammel, Green and Abrahamson Inc.) for their contemporary design of the General Mills, James Ford Bell Technical Center and Divison1 Architects for the attention to detail and the sophisticated charm of the Charlie Chiang’s Restaurant. In the Residential category, Vanessa De Leon Associates won for the streamline minimalism and glamorous details of the Old Tappan
Featuring an inspired blend of retro-industrial-chic style, this modern bathroom design features contemporary white tile with an edge. A large-scale black-and-white floral motif adds interest without overwhelming the space, putting some pop into this otherwise pretty space. Chic chrome-plated fixtures shine in the background with an understated elegance, making way for the colorful star of this show – the unusual soft lilac-purple vanity and matching pendant light fixtures. Combining art with function, these colorful accents really bring all the elements of this design together. To check out more cool, modern designs, visit Viva Ceramica.